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Fashion Police: Much Music Video Awards 2010

Jun 21, 2010

The Much Music Video Awards (MMVAs) are definitely not like any other awards show and this year's show was no different! Held streetside at the MuchMusic headquarters in Toronto, Canada, the stage was outdoors and literally surrounded by screaming fans wearing pink wristbands! The fans are always #1 at the MMVAs and the tickets were free for anyone industrious (and lucky!) enough to get wristbands this year. The atmosphere was amazing and we only wish we were front row and centre when Justin Bieber popped up on stage riding a bike and wearing a black hoodie during Miley Cyrus' performance of "Party in the USA". Miley Cyrus hosted this year wearing an array of outrageous costume changes, and not to be outdone - Katy Perry performed in her most glittery finery! Justin Bieber won three awards - Video of the Year by a Canadian for "One More Time" as well as fan picks - UR Fave New Artist and UR Fave Video for "Baby". Talk about Bieber fever!! Amongst all of this excitement, nothing can distract us from the red carpet fashion! There was a lot of tight and bright dresses and Kesha showed up with a walking stick?! Check out our picks for Best and Worst Dressed at this years MMVA 2010. Let us know what you think!!


Best Dressed

Ashley Greene sparkled in a silver and gold block strapless mini dress but toned it down with simple accessories and a ponytail! Singer Nikki Yanofsky looked absolutely adorable in black shorts and an ivory blouse with black lace bib detailing - showing us that you don't need to wear a fancy dress to look good at a party. Miranda Cosgrove is really starting to impress us with her style IQ - she looked fresh and on trend in a teal and yellow animal print shift dress and heels. And we thought Shenae Grimes from 90210 channeled 1980s Madonna in a black shirt with see through arms, leather circle skirt, cross pendant and her hair in an adorable topknot! Nina Dobrev from The Vampire Diaries wowed in a slinky black strapless dress, statement necklace and sleek hair! The MTV crowd walked the red carpet as well with Whitney Port from The City in a cute summer print strapless dress that was splashed with a cheerful cherry and flower motif. Kristin Cavallari from The Hills even changed outfits twice - she wore a cherry red mini dress and a silver minidress - both looked great on her and she kept simple with some pretty black heels! Justin Bieber got it just right - pairing a blazer with some cool pale denim and that hair!

Ashley Greene from EclipseAshley Greene from Eclipse
Nikki YanofskyNikki Yanofsky
Miranda CosgroveMiranda Cosgrove
Shenae GrimesShenae Grimes
Whitney Port from The CityWhitney Port from The City
Kristin Cavallari from The HillsKristin Cavallari from The Hills
Kristin Cavallari from The HillsKristin Cavallari from The Hills
Justin BieberJustin Bieber

Worst Dressed

[kwlink 14543]Katy Perry's red carpet looks are never boring, that's for sure! Her turquoise blue one shoulder dress was cute from one angle and the colour was so pretty! But then she turned to the side and we saw way too much! Eek! Jessica Szohr from Gossip Girl looked like she was wearing and entire bag full of orange sequins - we don't recommend doing this at home! Emily Osment wore a formfitting white dress with yellow cutouts - not the most flattering of length or colour on her! Kesha looked like she got lost on the way to the Halloween party with her giant floppy hat and big walking stick! We love to stand out from the crowd too but we draw the line at bringing large walking sticks to a party if you don't need to! We adore Miley Cyrus but did not enjoy her skin tight black leather dress - too over the top for our teen pop star! Pop group Girlicious dressed themselves in a wash of white dresses that were far too short and plain - it reminded us of napkins! Oh no!


Katy PerryKaty Perry
Jessica SzohrJessica Szohr
Emily OsmentEmily Osment
KeshaKesha
Miley CyrusMiley Cyrus
GirliciousGirlicious
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GlimmeringSky16
Shouldn't this be titled like, "Suicide Isn't the Answer" or something.
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HannahG
HannahG posted in Family Issues:
Why? You're worth so much more than that. You deserve to live, don't let anyone else tell you otherwise. You're an amazing human being, you're capable of so much more than you think you are. You're special. I know you probably think you aren't but you must certainly are. The idiots who tell you to commit suicide, well, as I said, they're IDIOTS. I know life sucks sometimes with them but don't let that end your life. Don't let them win. Prove them wrong. They're not worth your thoughts, why bother letting them take your life? They're not worth the amazing person that you are. Don't let them stop you from living your dreams, because they aren't worth them. They're just a bunch of jerks who have no heart, the devil took theirs away, don't let them take yours. Thanks for reading this. You're a great person and I really hope you decide not to do that to yourself. If you need anyone to talk to, I'm always available for you. -HannahG
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Harmonia
Harmonia posted in Family Issues:
"HannahG" wrote:I've honestly learned a lot with my parents, and with my experiences I'd like to share with you what I've learned so you don't make mistakes(although you will, I'm here to prevent as many as possible). So go grab your parents and your siblings, and listen to My Rant To Parents Across America(or mainly to my own parents, since this is what I'd tell mine). #1. The relationship between a child and his or her parent is NOT a dictatorship. Sorry to burst your bubble but it's not. See, dictators are cruel to prisoners of war or basically ANYONE and push them around in any way they want because their people should obey them. The dictator's people are his slaves. Because they should obey them, because he keeps them alive. In your case, you think that you should be the dictator because you gave them the gift of life, making them owe you themselves. Well, see, um, no. You gave them the gift of life because you LOVED them! You knew that your child may make mistakes, and you didn't care because you loved them more than anything else. You didn't give them life so they could be your slave, you gave them life because you loved them enough to let them live with you. Which brings me to my next point.... #2. Don't compare your child to other children. Don't tell them you like that person better. I thought that you loved them so much you wouldn't care about their mistakes, you gave them life knowing they may not be the best of the best, but you loved them so much you wouldn't care! Do you not have that unconditional love between a parent and their child now? Because if not, maybe you should leave yours at an adoption center and go adopt the child you're comparing them too, because they're OBVIOUSLY better. The second reason why you should never compare is because, see, I don't care if you are bff's with them on social media sites, or how often you speak to them, you probably don't know your child as good as you think. You may not know what they're going through. They may not have been the lead in the school play, but most of this generation can actually be really good at acting when you're around. So many parents think that they know their child so well, when they haven't a clue. You don't see what goes on outside that door of your house. They can hide it if they're being bullied. And you just made it worse by comparing them to someone else. This world will tear them APART. To pieces, until all that's left is a small atom left inside of them. They need to know that there's always gonna be someone there for them when they're hurting, when this world has crushed them to bits. Someone who loves them, who doesn't think anyone else in the world is better than them. You're not giving them that message when you compare them to another. And also, you don't even know the person you're comparing them to most of the time. That child could be screwed in the head and you'd have no idea. They could be a much worse child than yours is. #3. Yes, I WILL make mistakes. I'm not perfect. I'm sorry. I wish I were too. But I'm not, and you need to accept that! It hurts me when you're insulting me. That stuff makes me feel bad. You don't even know the effect you have on me. I know I say I don't care. But guess what? I'm the best actor there is at saying that. I do care. And it really hurts me when you insult me. Like, seriously, I just got home after being bullied by a girl who called my fashion style stupid, and you're treating me worse than she did. You don't know what's going on in my life! Why do you hurt me? For all you know, I could be a suicidal who's cutting themselves every night(I'm not, just using it as an example. I love life. But what other way can I get to you than by lying?)! You don't know! What if that insult could be the one thing that leads me to suicide? What if I'm gone tomorrow? I bet you'll have wished you hadn't said that now. The parents, they probably know who they are, they go insulting their child and guess what happens the next day? They're bringing a knife to their heart! Those parents feel like absolute ####, and they wish they hadn't said that. I'm not suicidal or anything, but what if someone else is? What if you don't know who that person is? You probably don't know. You don't have any idea at all the effect you can have on people. If it were me, I'd want my effect to be good. Your compliment could mean the difference of a lifetime and you'd never know. You have no idea. Please take my word, and pass this on. And thank you for reading this. -HannahG Every parent needs to read this. From my personal experience, my parents are examples of a lot of the stuff you listed above. No one's parents have a complete idea of what is going on, and by one word or one action you could make everything worse. In fact, my parents were the reason I self-harmed for the first time... But that was in the past. No kid should ever have to be slaves, be punching bags of their parents that make them miserable. Parents need to care about their kids. Isn't that what a mom or dad is?
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HannahG
HannahG posted in Family Issues:
I've honestly learned a lot with my parents, and with my experiences I'd like to share with you what I've learned so you don't make mistakes(although you will, I'm here to prevent as many as possible). So go grab your parents and your siblings, and listen to My Rant To Parents Across America(or mainly to my own parents, since this is what I'd tell mine). #1. The relationship between a child and his or her parent is NOT a dictatorship. Sorry to burst your bubble but it's not. See, dictators are cruel to prisoners of war or basically ANYONE and push them around in any way they want because their people should obey them. The dictator's people are his slaves. Because they should obey them, because he keeps them alive. In your case, you think that you should be the dictator because you gave them the gift of life, making them owe you themselves. Well, see, um, no. You gave them the gift of life because you LOVED them! You knew that your child may make mistakes, and you didn't care because you loved them more than anything else. You didn't give them life so they could be your slave, you gave them life because you loved them enough to let them live with you. Which brings me to my next point.... #2. Don't compare your child to other children. Don't tell them you like that person better. I thought that you loved them so much you wouldn't care about their mistakes, you gave them life knowing they may not be the best of the best, but you loved them so much you wouldn't care! Do you not have that unconditional love between a parent and their child now? Because if not, maybe you should leave yours at an adoption center and go adopt the child you're comparing them too, because they're OBVIOUSLY better. The second reason why you should never compare is because, see, I don't care if you are bff's with them on social media sites, or how often you speak to them, you probably don't know your child as good as you think. You may not know what they're going through. They may not have been the lead in the school play, but most of this generation can actually be really good at acting when you're around. So many parents think that they know their child so well, when they haven't a clue. You don't see what goes on outside that door of your house. They can hide it if they're being bullied. And you just made it worse by comparing them to someone else. This world will tear them APART. To pieces, until all that's left is a small atom left inside of them. They need to know that there's always gonna be someone there for them when they're hurting, when this world has crushed them to bits. Someone who loves them, who doesn't think anyone else in the world is better than them. You're not giving them that message when you compare them to another. And also, you don't even know the person you're comparing them to most of the time. That child could be screwed in the head and you'd have no idea. They could be a much worse child than yours is. #3. Yes, I WILL make mistakes. I'm not perfect. I'm sorry. I wish I were too. But I'm not, and you need to accept that! It hurts me when you're insulting me. That stuff makes me feel bad. You don't even know the effect you have on me. I know I say I don't care. But guess what? I'm the best actor there is at saying that. I do care. And it really hurts me when you insult me. Like, seriously, I just got home after being bullied by a girl who called my fashion style stupid, and you're treating me worse than she did. You don't know what's going on in my life! Why do you hurt me? For all you know, I could be a suicidal who's cutting themselves every night(I'm not, just using it as an example. I love life. But what other way can I get to you than by lying?)! You don't know! What if that insult could be the one thing that leads me to suicide? What if I'm gone tomorrow? I bet you'll have wished you hadn't said that now. The parents, they probably know who they are, they go insulting their child and guess what happens the next day? They're bringing a knife to their heart! Those parents feel like absolute ####, and they wish they hadn't said that. I'm not suicidal or anything, but what if someone else is? What if you don't know who that person is? You probably don't know. You don't have any idea at all the effect you can have on people. If it were me, I'd want my effect to be good. Your compliment could mean the difference of a lifetime and you'd never know. You have no idea. Please take my word, and pass this on. And thank you for reading this. -HannahG
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Tech-King
Tech-King posted in Friends:
Just tell him, or do what my friend did, get someone to do it for him.
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